Tue, May 26, 2020
5:19 amThe New York Post: Franklin Templeton worker placed on leave after viral altercation in Central Park
The investment company that employs a white woman who went viral after calling the cops on a black man in Central Park on Monday has placed her on administrative leave.
4:39 amEurope Markets: Travel companies lead European stocks higher as Spain to allow foreign visitors
Travel stocks rallied in Europe on Tuesday as stocks climbed for a second day on optimism over a slowly recovering world economy.
3:40 amThe New York Post: Coronavirus is ‘the tip of the iceberg’ warns China’s top bat researcher
“If we don’t study [the viruses], there will possibly be another outbreak,” warned Shi, whose was dubbed “bat woman” by the press because of her research involving the mammals.
3:32 amMarket Snapshot: Dow futures climb 500 points on recovery hopes and vaccine news
U.S. stock futures surged on Tuesday, with investors set to return from the long Memorial Day weekend. News that human trials have begun for a potential coronavirus vaccine cheered investors.
1:04 amThe Number One: The No. 1 thing Americans are spending their stimulus checks on — even more than shopping at Costco, Walmart and Target
‘Americans are aware of how grim the near future could be.’
Mon, May 25, 2020
6:00 pmNewsWatch: Hulbert: My stock market forecast for June is likely wrong — but watch out for August
The March lows of the coronavirus crash could still be tested, writes Mark Hulbert.
5:42 pmThe Tell: Stock-market traders brace for ‘dogfight’ as S&P 500 lingers below its 200-day moving average
This is the level everyone is watching — but getting above the 200-day moving average doesn’t mean the stock market will be zooming back to the highs, chart watchers say.
3:55 pmA mink may have infected a second Dutch worker with coronavirus, agriculture minister says
A second farm worker in the Netherlands is likely to have been infected with coronavirus by a mink, but risk of further contagion is deemed “negligible.”
3:50 pmThe New York Post: Several schools closed down in Seoul, South Korea, after 6-year-old is infected with coronavirus
As the news spread of the 6-year-old boy’s illness, fear quickly emerged among parents with young children, just two days ahead of the planned second-phase resumption of schools, including kindergartens, reported the South Korean Yonhap News Agency.
2:21 pmKey Words: Ohio governor urges people to wear face masks: ‘This is not about politics’
“This is one time when we truly are all in this together. What we do directly impacts others,” says Gov. Mike DeWine.
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